It’s interesting to look back and see what ranked as the most popular posts of the year determined by the number of reads. I listed the top ten of 2017 and six runners-up. If you missed any of the posts listed, take some time to check them out.
Top 10 Posts for 2017
If you are creating goals for the new year, make some of those organizing goals, as well. It will help you to simplify the world around you and help with the overwhelm that the clutter may be giving you.
I kept a memory journal throughout 2017, and I’m planning to do the same in 2018. It’s neat to look back and see what you did each day.
A work tote carries all of the daily necessities that you need while you’re away from home. It’s important to make sure that you have all that you need without overloading yourself.
This post is speaking to me right now as we begin our planned winter project. Manageable steps are essential, so you’re not overwhelmed.
Binders are useful whether in the home office or the kitchen. I use binders more than I use files to keep things organized.
Changing out your seasonal clothing doesn’t have to be a chore. I used to store my off-season clothes in bins and haul them down to the storage room every six months. There are more efficient ways to access your clothing that doesn’t involve such an arduous process.
Organizing involves creating a system that works for you and sticking to it. When you have multiple organizing projects that need doing, it’s important to work on the areas that frustrate you the most.
I would be lost without my home management binder as it houses all of the vital information I need at my fingertips. Many of you were interested in incorporating one in your daily life, as well.
Autumn is my favorite season, and I carry the nesting ideas into winter. Hygge is another way that I get through the long, winter season.
This post won by a landslide. I’m looking forward to reworking the Home Management Binder this year and sharing it with all of you. Is there anything that you would like to see included?
Runner Up Posts for 2017
My goal is to only keep the emails in my inbox that need immediate attention. With that said, there are several ways that you can keep your email box organized.
Keeping the areas of your vehicle organized is important so you know where things are located and you don’t have to search for them.
Clutter seems to take over from time to time. Everything needs a permanent home and it’s important to take the time to take care of things each day.
I created a cleaning schedule for 2017 and plan to carry it into 2018. It has made a huge difference dividing my cleaning jobs into daily tasks instead of trying to complete everything in one day.
We held a garage sale last summer and learned a lot from our experience. I am planning on having another one this summer to help declutter our home after our adult children have moved out.
It is very helpful to plan out and prep your meals so you aren’t wondering what’s for dinner. It’s my hubby and me at the table and we often include leftovers as part of our menu plan.
Until next time,